Adaptive cruise control with speed limiter, efficiency assist, swerve assist and turn assist Adaptive cruise control supports the driver by regulating the set speed and distance to the vehicle in front. If a vehicle is detected ahead, adaptive cruise control can brake or accelerate the vehicle as required. In stop-and go traffic and congested traffic situations, the system brakes the vehicle to a stop. Depending on how long the vehicle has been stationary, it moves off automatically again. Adaptive cruise control uses the radar sensor built into the front of the vehicle to permanently monitor the vehicle’s surroundings.
Camera-based traffic sign recognition Camera-based traffic sign recognition assists the driver, within system limits, by displaying detected traffic signs such as speed limits, no-passing zones and temporary speed limits. If a traffic sign is located outside of the visual range of the camera, the information is called up from the navigation data stored in the MMI navigation system plus. The traffic sign recognition display appears automatically in the Audi virtual cockpit and can be configured via the multi-function steering wheel. In the MMI, it is also possible to select a traffic sign-based warning when a detected speed limit is exceeded.